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PDF | On Dec 1, , Miguel Cuevas-Alonso and others published DAVID ODDEN, Introducing Phonology. This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language. Designed for undergraduates with. Designed for students with only a basic knowledge of linguistics, this leading textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology.
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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Introducing Phonology by David Odden. This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language. Designed for undergraduates with only a basic knowledge of linguistics, it logically develops the techniques of phonological analysis. Over sixty graded exercises encourage students to make their own analyses of phonological patterns and processes, ba This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language.
Over sixty graded exercises encourage students to make their own analyses of phonological patterns and processes, based on extensive data and problem sets from a variety of languages.
Hardcoverpages. Cambridge Introductions to Language and Linguistics.
Introducing Phonology by David Odden
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After the elementary matters of phonemes and allophones, Odden covers the rigours fo feature theory, phonological typology and naturalness.
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The final chapter on nonlinear representations makes a case for reconceptualizing data instead of ignoring troublesome facts, thus furthering theory. Though I haven’t made an exhaustive survey, Odden’s is the best basic textbook of phonology that I have come across.
It certain proves friendlier than the entry in the Cambridge Textbooks of Linguistics red cover line. He certain seems determined to turn out competent linguists of the future, as he goes through the steps of doing an analysis over and over again. Odden is an Africanist, and the wealth of little-known African languages he has assembled here for example makes this an especially intriguing textbook.
However, he phlnology teaches basic principles through English, Russian, Finnish, and many more European languages.
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The wide-ranging and very challenging exercises further make this an excellent textbook. I’ve been in linguistics for years phnology, but I still profit introducinng Odden’s book, as going over the exercises once in a while keeps my skills sharp.
It merits a look from not just first-year undergraduates. Odden’s textbook doesn’t go too deep into the theory debate. Optimality Theory is mentioned a few times but never much described. However, he does give some recommendations for further reading after each chapter, so the reader will be able to go on to more specific material.
Jan 17, Calista rated it it was ok Shelves: Odden needs to take a page from Psychologists and write a better textbook. A fellow classmate said he got a different phonology intdoducing and was reading that instead and the material made more sense to him.
I’m not sure what exactly about the layout was so unappealing, but this book didn’t make for very interesting or easy reading. Perhaps it’s because the concepts being covered aren’t that difficult, and can’t help but be dry. I didn’t think the end of chapter exercises were very helpful, either.
S Odden needs to take a page from Psychologists and write a better textbook. Some of the questions were “what are all of the phonological processes? When I asked my T. That doesn’t even make sense. May 16, Kenneth Trease rated it liked it Shelves: I’m not a big fan of this book, though I’m told it’s one of the best Phonology texts out there. I’m in general dismayed with the quality of pedagogical materials in linguistics.
The text is interesting, if a bit dry, but the problem sets are poorly organized. The occasional page break would go a long inttroducing to making the problems easier to deal with, with less flipping back and forth it seems there’s constantly the first half of a problem on one side, the second half on the next page.
And would it I’m oddwn a big fan of this book, though I’m told it’s one of the best Phonology texts out there. I realize not all phonologists use the same feature set, but it seems like all the problems in the book could share one, and stop us from flipping back and forth through the early chapters to solve problems.
One or the untroducing, but why switch for no apparent reason? Feb 27, Tuan Do rated it really liked it. Adding this introudcing as a complementary reading material to my linguistic courses, the content of the book to some extent satisfied me.
For folks who have some linguistic background, e. For ones haven’t, like me, the material is a little bit overwhelming. Coming straight from some phonetic sessions given for computational linguistic graduates, I found the content in the book is a little bit disorganized, and hard to odeen. Som Adding this book as a complementary reading material to my linguistic courses, the content of the book to some extent satisfied me. Some chapters, such as chap. Dec 22, Elizabeth rated it liked it.
Alright as textbooks go. Easy to read, but not particularly clear or unclear.
And it’s printed on good paper, a feature I’m beginning to value as much as the content. No squirming about dodging cheap paper glare here! May 05, Hanoo Hanoo rated it liked it. Sep 03, Sulniati Kahembau rated it it was amazing Shelves: I want to look for the meaning of phonology, phonetics and phonema in third book.
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